This hands on workshop provides a 2-part introduction to Rhino software for 3D computer graphics and computer-aided design (CAD). Especially helpful for TAM students taking ATLS 3100 (FORM) class or working on projects that might require modeling your designs for rendering, animation, drafting and engineering. This workshop series will provide both introduction and instruction in the software, as well as projects and opportunities for hands on work.
About me: Clement Zheng is an industrial designer, researcher and educator. He is currently a doctoral student in ATLAS’ PhD program. Clement is passionate about facilitating other designers in their creative process, especially as they integrate digital fabrication and physical computing to realize their ideas.